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Blackfield

Blackfield began like a cooperation between multi-instrumentalist and Porcupine Tree head Steven Wilson and controversial Israeli pop superstar Aviv Geffen. After many years of shared admiration, the set met to go over a couple of concert performances in 2000 and, additional drawn jointly by their very similar interests within the …

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Jann Arden

Canadian singer/songwriter Jann Arden was created Jann Arden Richards in Calgary, Alberta in 1962. Two of her biggest musical affects during her years as a child had been John Denver and Karen Carpenter. Arden didn’t possess abundant dreams of stardom in the past, but she do like music and started …

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Don Williams

Along with his laid-back, straightforward vocals and large, imposing build, Don Williams had become referred to as “the Gentle Giant.” That nickname was bestowed on him in the first ’70s, when he started a string of countrypolitan strikes that ran in to the early ’90s. Williams was by no means …

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Del Paxton

Buffalo-based indie emo act Del Paxton take their name from the imaginary jazz pianist within the 1996 film That Thing YOU CHOOSE TO DO!. The energy trio of vocalist/guitarist Dylan Britain, vocalist/bassist Zach Schoedel, and drummer Greg McClure had been all veterans of various other bands if they produced Del …

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Casiotone for the Painfully Alone

Casiotone for the Painfully Only was the lo-fi single task of Owen Ashworth, a Portland-based songwriter who have mixed private Bright Eyes-styled balladry with Atom & His Bundle battery-operated antics. His weaponry of choice had been the Casio SK-1 and many hot pole Casiotones, while his lyrics had been a …

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Kim Richey

Ohio may not look like a hotbed of music, however when you might have an aunt who owns an archive store, you’ve certainly got a lower leg up. That’s how Kim Richey got addicted to what would become her selected route — digging through bins of 45s and hearing everything …

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Eric Carmen

Eric Carmen has amassed an extraordinary quantity of hit singles more than his lengthy career, whether as an associate from the important power pop outfit the Raspberries, being a single artist, or being a songwriter for others. Delivered on August 11, 1949, in Cleveland, Ohio, Carmen started his musical schooling …

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Fred Neil

Moody, bluesy, and melodic, Fred Neil was probably one of the most persuasive folk-rockers to emerge from Greenwich Town in the middle-’60s. His albums showcased his extraordinarily low, wealthy tone of voice on intensely personal and reflective compositions, sounding just like a mix between Tim Buckley and Tim Hardin. His …

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Eddie Noack

Eddie Noack had a valiant work at nation stardom within the ’50s, slicing a couple of great, straight-ahead honky tonk edges for Gold Celebrity, Starday, D, and Mercury before dropping in to the small leagues within the ’60s. Through the ’50s, he arrived close to achieving national graphs with “Gentlemen …

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Dump

Dump was the four-track single project of Wayne McNew, better referred to as the bassist of Yo La Tengo. Elevated in Charlottesville, Virginia, McNew produced his first house recordings at age 13; after going to college, he found prominence because the bass participant for Christmas, becoming a member of the …

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